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Wakarusa unveils some of its 2012 lineup

Posted By on Fri, Jan 6, 2012 at 10:54 AM

Wakarusa unveiled the first set of lineup announcements yesterday.
  • Wakarusa unveiled the first set of lineup announcements yesterday.

The good folks putting on Wakarusa made the first of three lineup announcements yesterday, and there are some good'ns so far, including: The Weir, Robinson & Greene Acoustic Trio, made up of Grateful Dead alum Bob Weir, Black Crowes singer Chris Robinson and singer-songwriter-multi-instrumentalist Jackie Greene; jam-circuit faves Keller Williams and Railroad Earth; electro DJ Pretty Lights; southern rockers Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit; the ubiquitous G. Love & Special Sauce; and about 30 more.

The next batch of announcements will be released Jan. 12.

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